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Backs of Boris Johnson former Met the police chief to take charge of National Crime Agency

Lord Hogan Howe could be set to lead organization as director-general despite not being able to get into final round of candidates, despite leading a bungled investigation into the VIP pedophile circle.

two high qualified with police chiefs already was rejected for in role next interviews with Home Secretary Priti Patel, according to the Sunday Times.

The Prime Minister now reportedly wants Lord Hogan Howe lead The NCA is an organization that fights organized crime and national security threats.

Lord Hogan Howe was in charge of Metropolitan Police during an investigation into Operation Midland false claims of high class VIP ring in parliament made Karl Beach.

Harvey Proctor, former The Conservative MP, whose life was ruined by the false accusations, said the appointment former The Metropolitan Police Commissioner lead The NCA would be “outrageous”.

He added: “He presided over worst police operation ever in this country for decades.”

Hogan Howe, who left Metropolitan in 2016 with approximately £5 million pension pot, was made peer in life in 2017 and has since taken up number of consultant positions for various firms.

Dame Lynn Owens announced her departure from role after five years at the helm in September 2021.

She led the organization director-general since 2016 with of career in law enforcement agencies for 32 years.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer and said she needed more extensive surgery, which would mean a longer period of time off work, so I decided step down.

Dame Lynn said, “After the treatment I received for mammary cancer in summer, forecast remains completely positive and I have recovered well from the initial surgery. However results specify, and medical team please tell me what i need now more major surgery (mastectomy).

“Till back in work I remember that recently I was out of the agency for almost four weeks and next stage will require more extended period of absence.

“Throughout my service, I tried to focus on our obligations to public and those i lead in front of me and I can’t with integrity, conclude that it is in interests of agency to leave him with such uncertainty in leadership.

“In the same way I know that I need create time and space to heal physically and emotionally without the self-imposed pressure to return. I don’t feel like my work life over and i hope to contribute again in in future”.

A spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior stated: “A fair and open recruitment campaign is being done to make best possible appointment for this vital role.

“Recent events demonstrated how NCA is key in protection public from organized crime and national security threats. This process will ensure what do we get best possible candidate as new Director General to provide leadership and experience take it work forward”.

Downing Street contacted for comment.


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